The ANU Film Group’s Spring 2019 season begins on Thursday 25 July with a FREE screening of AVENGERS: ENDGAME and then continues for 10 weeks with a wide assortment of blockbusters, foreign and independent films, family fare and classics.
Check out the new programme now in one of three ways:
• View it on our website by CLICKING HERE
• Download a PDF flyer that you can print out and share by CLICKING HERE (501 Kb)
• Import the entire programme straight into your calendar of choice using this iCAL FILE HERE
Memberships for Spring 2019 on sale NOW and will also give you entry into all of the remaining films on our current Winter programme, including upcoming hits like ROCKETMAN and POKÉMON: DETECTIVE PIKACHU.
Memberships are just $30 for the season or $90 for a full year. Sign up or renew your membership in person at any upcoming screening from tonight, or online anytime at www.anufg.org.au/join
SPRING PROGRAMME HIGHLIGHTS
While we believe every one of the 46 films screening between July 25 and September 28 is worth a look, here are a couple of highlights not to be missed:
• Hollywood Blockbusters: there’s no shortage of popcorn for films like SPIDER-MAN: FAR FROM HOME, MEN IN BLACK: INTERNATIONAL and FAST & FURIOUS: HOBBS & SHAW
• Family Films: kids can watch for free anytime, so don’t forget to bring your little ones to family-friendly films including TOY STORY 4, THE SECRET LIFE OF PETS 2 and ALADDIN
• Homegrown Hits: support Australian cinema with local films such as 2040, TOP END WEDDING and PALM BEACH
• World Cinema: some of the most acclaimed international films of the year from countries such as South Korea, Germany, France, Ukraine, Palestine and Bulgaria
• Indie Darlings: small but no less worthy independent films you might have missed in cinemas, like HER SMELL, THUNDER ROAD and THE MAN WHO KILLED DON QUIXOTE
• Our blockbuster 14th Annual Trivia Night on Friday 30 August – a trivia extravaganza unlike any other with prizes galore and more fun than you can handle!
• Iconic musical WEST SIDE STORY back on the big screen in commemoration of the Canberra Theatre Centre’s upcoming season of the Broadway production in October
This season, we will also be hosting not one, but two, film festivals featuring another 21 films that will screen alongside our regular programming. All festival screenings are free and open to anyone to attend.
• The 15th Latin American Film Festival (August 9 – 27) with 14 Latin American films over the course of 19 days.
• Canberra’s very first Hungarian Film Festival (September 9 – 15) featuring new release and classic films over 7 consecutive days.